[ UK /ʌnvˈe‍əɹiɪŋ/ ]
ADJECTIVE
  1. lacking variety
  2. always the same; showing a single form or character in all occurrences
    a street of uniform tall white buildings
  3. unvarying in nature
    principles of unvarying validity
    maintained a constant temperature
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How To Use unvarying In A Sentence

  • Reader! when you behold an aspect for whose constant gloom and frown you cannot account, whose unvarying cloud exasperates you by its apparent causelessness, be sure that there is a canker somewhere, and a canker not the less deeply corroding because concealed. Shirley, by Charlotte Bronte
  • They act as they do, not because they are bound to follow unvarying rules but because they have beliefs, values, interests, and intentions.
  • His seduction technique is unvaryingly frivolous, not to say unconvincing.
  • The stores were standardized, with strict quality control and unvarying design.
  • What should be far more important is the debate over the implementation of the strategy that is forced upon us by our broadly unvarying geographic, economic and political circumstances.
  • She may have recalled his unvarying tenderness, his unceasing admiration; she may have recollected those impassioned accents that thrilled her heart, those glances of rapturous affection that fixed her eye with fascination. Henrietta Temple A Love Story
  • They wore an unvarying uniform of jeans and T-shirts.
  • The Snow World wrote by Kawabata Yasunari is a famous masterpiece with unvarying artistic fascination.
  • Porridge, noodles, bread, potatoes and a little fish formed the basis of an unvarying cycle of menus. KARA KUSH
  • The sickroom atmosphere disturbed her, and she bore the unvarying, anxious monotony of the days with difficulty. THE WHITE DOVE
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